|PT-R-200||Pipette Tips, Racked, 2 – 200 µL|
|PT-R-1000||Pipette Tips, Racked, 100 – 1000 µL|
For research and educational use only.
Pipette tips allow the accurate and reliable transfer of small volumes of liquid that is required in most areas of molecular biology.
These micropipette tips are suitable for use with fixed and variable volume micropipettes, and are designed for accurate and precise liquid measurement. Made from injection moulded plastic, the tips are suitable for a range of contexts, from research labs to school biology classes.
These pipette tips are certified DNAse, RNAse, endotoxin, pyrogen, and human DNA free, and are manufactured in a clean room class 100k in a human touch-free process. Constructed from superior grade plastics they feature low liquid retention, and are available unfiltered or with filters to minimise sample aerosolisation and micropipette contamination.
We recommend use of standard filter tips for routine work, and filtered tips when handling PCR products.
- PCR protocols
- Electrophoresis gel loading
- qPCR protocols
- Reagent preparation
- General molecular biology work
Keep pipette tip boxes closed when not in use.
- Universal fit for research-grade pipettes, available for 2 – 200, and 100 – 1000 uL micropipettes
- Compatible with single-channel, multichannel and electronic pipettes
- Certified DNAse, RNAse, endotoxin, pyrogen, and human DNA free
- Smooth surface to reduce sample retention
Pipette tips, clear virgin polypropylene without a trace of heavy metals.
Storage & Stability
Store at room temperature. Keep packages sealed and away from sources of contamination such as dust, damp, or PCR products. To avoid potential contamination we recommended that tubes be handled with clean gloves, and that unused tubes are not put back into the original packaging once removed.
Shipped at room temperature.
Safety warnings and precautions
This product and its components are not considered hazardous if used as intended. However, as with all scientific equipment and plastics this product should be handled and stored with care as standard practice.